Denis Iguma is back in the Uganda Premier League after a six-year hiatus. The 26-year-old versatile player signed a two-year deal with Lugogo outfit KCCA.
The Uganda Cranes defender has been nursing an Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury he sustained at the beginning of 2019 while turning out for his Kuwait side Kazma FC but the former KKL product clearly hasn’t given up bouncing back at KCCA FC.
“Joining KCCA FC makes me feel so happy because every player wants to play for KCCA FC which is a competitive team, there’s competition and with my experience, I have to lead by example off and on the pitch for the young players,” Iguma told KCCA FC TV during his unveiling.
The former SC Villa and Sports Club Victoria University defender also retaliated his desire to play continental football with the Kasasiro boys.
“I also want to play in the CAF continental competitions, it’s been a year since I played competitive football so I am happy, I’ll contribute to the team,” he added.
Iguma can play as a right full-back, a defensive midfielder and a centre back hence the versatility in him which Mike Mutebi termed as a good capture for the club.